CJI Chandrachud suggests using AI to translate judgments into all Indian languages

Chief Justice of India DY Chandrachud pointed to the use of Artificial Intelligence (AI) in providing translations of judgments in all Indian languages.

Chief Justice of India DY Chandrachud on Saturday pointed to the use of Artificial Intelligence (AI) in providing translations of judgments in all Indian languages ​​as he stressed the importance of technology in removing information barriers.

In September 2022, the highest court, under the leadership of CJI Chandrachud, began streaming the Constitutional bench hearings.

CJI Chandrachud was speaking at an event organized here by the Bar Council of Maharashtra and Goa.

He highlighted the benefits of going live and said law teachers and students can watch and discuss issues live in court. “Then you realize the injustice that pervades our society when you discuss the issues directly,” he added.

“..There is a barrier to meritocracy. We have to go live… I have no skepticism… It’s true that some people will start coming to theaters, but that gap will very few,” said CJI.

Emphasizing the importance of technology, CJI Chandrachud said his mission for technology is to reach people Who has no access and does not create an additional gap in terms of access.

“The idea is that not all lawyers can afford to hire their own reporters, and through technology, the idea is to remove barriers to access to information. The idea is to make the information available to lawyers for free.

“But then the subtleties of English won’t help rural lawyers. So the idea is to make the information accessible to everyone,” he added.

CJI said he met a professor in Madras who works in the field of AI (Artificial Intelligence) “and the next step is to offer translations of the verdict in all Indian languages”.

Speaking at a gathering attended by many young lawyers, CJI Chandrachud emphasized creating opportunities for junior lawyers and ensuring that people from disadvantaged communities get the right opportunities.

“We don’t need to cover up the flaws in the system. We must try to fix it. I will wish you all to fly high and fulfill your dreams,” CJI told the laws. young monk.

He concluded his speech by reciting a couplet by the famous 20th-century poet Allama Iqbal: “Sitaron ke aage jahaan aur bhi hai, abhi Ishq ke imtihan aur bhi hai, tu Shaheen hai parwaz hai, kaam Tera bhi aasman hai”.


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